International Conference: LDIC 2007


Monday, August 27th, 2007

19.00 Get-Together at the LogDynamics Lab (BIBA)

  • Pre-Registration
  • LogDynamics Lab: RFID Demonstrations
  • Collaborative Research Centre 637: Poster Exhibitions
  • International Graduate School for Dynamics in Logistics: Poster Exhibitions
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Tuesday, August 28th, 2007

09:00 Welcome Coffee and Registration

09:30 Opening Session

Introduction to the Bremen Research Cluster for Dynamics in Logistics
Bernd Scholz-Reiter
University of Bremen

10:00 Invited Speaker

Challenges in Design, Implementation and Operation of Heterarchical Controls for Dynamic Logistical Systems
Neil A. Duffie
University of Wisconsin-Madison, USA

11:00 Coffee Break

11:30 General Session - General Aspects of Dynamics in Logistics

Review of Trends in Logistic Networks and Supply Chain Evaluation
Paul G. Maropoulos, M. Chauve, C. Da Cunha
University of Bath, United Kingdom
Dynamic Data Mining for Improved Forecasting in Logistics and Supply Chain Management
Jose Guajardo, Richard Weber
University of Chile, Republic of Chile
Introducing Bounded Rationality into Self-organization-based Semiconductor Manufacturing
Tomomi Kito, Kanji Ueda
University of Tokyo, Japan

13:00 Lunch

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14:00 Parallel Sessions

Session 1 - Routing in Dynamic Logistics Networks

Travel Time Estimation and Deadlock-free Routing of an AGV
Hyo Young Bae, Ri Choe, Taejin Park, Kwang Ryu
Pusan National University, Republic of Korea

Integration of Routing and Resource Allocation in Dynamic Logistic Networks
Thomas Huth, Dirk Mattfeld
Technical University Braunschweig, Germany

Asvin Goel
Zaragoza Logistics Center, Spain
Session 2 - RFID in Logistics and Manufacturing Networks

A Survey of RFID Awareness and Use in the UK Logistics Industry
Johann c.k.h Riedel; Kulwant S Pawar; Stefano Torroni; Emilio Ferrari
Centre for Concurrent Enterprise, Nottingham, UK; Department of Mechanical, Metallurgical Engineering (DIEM), University of Bologna, Italy

RFID-based Intelligent Logistics for Distributed Production Networks
Alexander Smirnov, Tatiana Levashova, Nikolay Shilov
St.Petersburg Institute for Informatics and Automation of RAS, Russian Federation

Methodology for Development and Objective Comparison of Architectures for Networked RFID

University of Cambridge, United Kingdom

15:30 Coffee Break

16:00 Parallel Sessions

Session 3 - Supply Chain Control Policies

Determining Optimal Control Policies for Supply Networks under Uncertainty
Marco Laumanns
ETH Zurich, Switzerland

Adaptive Production and Inventory Control in Supply Chains against Changing Demand Uncertainty
Markus Zschintzsch, Amir Sheikh Jabbari (Iran), Walter Lang, Bernd Scholz-Reiter
University of Bremen, Germany

A Framework of Adaptive Control for Complex Production and Logistics Networks
Dimitri Ivanov, Marina Ivanova
University St. Petersburg, Russian Federation

Mechanisms of Instability in Small-scale Manufacturing Networks
Reik Donner, Uwe Hinrichs, Bernd Scholz-Reiter
Dresden University of Technology, BIBA IPS, Germany
Session 4 - Decentralized Decision-making in Supply Chains

Aspects of Agent Based Planning in the Demand Driven Railcab Scenario

Heinz Nixdorf Institute, Germany

Merging Time of Random Mobile Agents
Shehla Abbas, Mohamed Mosbah, Akka Zemmari
University Bordeaux, France

Dynamic Decision-making on Embedded Platforms in Transport Logistics

University of Bremen, Germany

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Wednesday, August 29th, 2007

9:30 Special Session - The Global RF Lab Alliance: Research and Applications

Invited Speaker
Operational Improvements with RFID: Making the Business Case for RFID
Bill C. Hardgrave
RFID Research Center, University of Arkansas, USA


The Value of RF-based Information
Dieter Uckelmann
LogDynamics Lab, University of Bremen, Germany


13:00 Lunch

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14:00 Parallel Sessions

Session 5 - Sustainable Collaboration

Effects of Autonomous Cooperation on the Robustness of International Supply Networks

University of Bremen, Germany

Sustainability and Effectiveness in Global Supply Chains
Bernd Scholz-Reiter, Enzo Morosini Frazzon (Brazil)
University of Bremen, Germany

Risk Management in Dynamic Logistic Systems by Agent Based Autonomous Objects
Boris Bemeleit, Martin Lorenz (Austria), Jens Schumacher, Otthein Herzog
University of Bremen, Germany, University of Applied Sciences Vorarlberg, Austria
Session 6 - Knowledge Management in Logistics

Knowledge Management in Logistic Networks
Hans-Dietrich Haasis
ISL, Germany

Knowledge Management in Food Supply Chains

University of Bremen, Germany

Service Models for Logistic Providers

VTT Technical Research Centre of Finnland

16.00 Visit to Bremenports

19:00 Conference Dinner

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Thursday, August 30th, 2007


09:00 Parallel Sessions

Session 7 - Container Logistics

Framework for Integrating Planning Activities in Container Terminals
Seung Hwan Won, Kap Hwan Kim
Pusan National University, Republic of Korea

Electronic Seals for Efficient Container Logistics
Bernd Scholz-Reiter, Kateryna Daschkovska (Ukraine)
University of Bremen, Germany

Towards Autonomous Logistics: Conceptual, Spatial, and Temporal Criteria for Container Cooperation
Arne Schuldt, Sven Werner
University of Bremen, Germany

Distributed Process Control by Smart Containers

University Oldenburg, Germany
Session 8 - Autonomous Control in Logistics

Autonomous Units for Communication-based Dynamic Scheduling

University of Bremen, Germany

University of Bremen, Germany

Clustering in Autonomous Cooperating Logistic Processes

University of Bremen, Germany

Application of Small Gain Type Theorems in Logistics of Autonomous Processes

University of Bremen, Germany

11.00 Coffee Break

11:30 Parallel Sessions

Session 9 - Next Generation Supply Chain Concepts

Web-service Based Integration of Multi-organizational Logistic Process
Hyerim Bae
Pusan National University, Republic of Korea

An Approach for Integration of Data within Complex Logistics Systems
Carl Hans, Klaus-Dieter Thoben, Karl Hribernik
University of Bremen, Germany

Developing a Measurement Model for Supply Chain Event Management-Adoption

University of St. Gallen, Switzerland

ISL, Germany
Session 10 - Logistic Processes Modelling

Bio-analogue Autonomous Control Strategies in Production Logistics
Bernd Scholz-Reiter, Thomas Jagalski, Julia Christine Bendul
University of Bremen, Germany

Yoshinao Isobe, Markus Roggenbach
National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology, Japan
University of Wales Swansea, United Kingdom

Application of Markov Drift Processes to Logistical Systems Modeling
Mykhaylo Postan
Odessa National Maritime University, Ukraine

Analysis of Decentral Order-picking Control Concepts
Thorsten Schmidt, Guido Follert
University of Dortmund, Germany

13:30 Farewell Lunch

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